Name: The Red Rose
Address: Cumberland Rd, Middlesbrough TS5 6JB
This is a unique VAUX Pub Original plan and architectural drawings.
The Red Rose opened in 1967, before that it was the Co-Operative Society's coal depot which closed in 1966. A railway line used to run parallel which serviced the coal depot and a nearby brick works. It was during 2019 when excavation work discovered a weighbridge built by H. Pooley from Liverpool. This historic find was appreciated by the local community as it provided more context to the coal mine that was once there.
The pub itself later closed around 2011 and fell into disrepair before becoming an Indian restaurant in 2015. This would close in 2018 before the building finally became a Funeral directors.